Information for Residents
||Moving to Harker Heights
Are you moving to the Harker Heights Area.
Download our help PDF file that will give important names, numbers,
and contact information for turning on utilities, locating activites for you
and the famility, and helpful information about the area.
Click Here to Download our Welcome Guide
Killeen Independent School District
KISD proudly serves the communities of Killeen, Fort Hood, Harker Heights, and Nolanville.
The student enrollment as of September 1, 2010, stood at 40,125, with approximately half
of those enrolled being military family members. The district's more than 6,200 staff members
are dedicated to ensuring student success.
Waste Management Information
Waste Management does not pick up bulk piles of brush or bulky items (i.e. refrigerators or sofas) placed at the curb.
Residents may take excessive brush or bulky items to the drop off site located at 1761 E. FM 2410 (Knights Way).
For more information please click on the following link: Waste Management Information
City Council Meetings
City Council Meetings are normally held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.
City Workshop Meetings are normally held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.
Both meetings are held in the Kitty Young Council Chambers at Harker Heights City Hall.
||Looking for activities for the kids
Check out our Parks and Recreation web pages or our
Library web pages for the latest in upcoming events.
Harker Heights is a great place to live, play and grow. One excellent feature of your City is community involvement.
There are many avenues that provide opportunities for your involvement. In the link below you will find a listing of local volunteer organizations and local and
regional volunteer opportunities as well as our online volunteer information form.
Harker Heights Crime Statistics
The Texas Department of Public Safety’s Crime Statistics for Harker Heights can be found
on the Texas Department of Public Safety’s website by clicking here
. Diligent law enforcement
and low crime rates are just more reasons why Harker Heights is a great place to work and live.
The Texas Electric Choice Education ProgramThe Texas Electric Choice Education Program website is where you can learn about electric competition in Texas and obtain information to help you make informed decisions about your electricity service and Retail Electric Provider. Millions of Texans have exercised their right to pick their Retail Electric Provider and a plan that is right for them. With a wide variety of electricity products and plans available in the marketplace, you may find a plan that provides you with significant savings or provide more certainty than your current plan. You may also want to consider switching to an electricity product that uses primarily renewable energy. Some Retail Electric Providers also have other value-added services like air conditioning maintenance, rewards programs, or other customer service benefits. However, switching may not be for you if you are happy with your current REP or are currently receiving service under a long-term contract. The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) is your source for unbiased information and are here to help you understand the choices available to you, and to obtain the information you need to help you shop for the Retail Electric Provider and electricity plan that's right for you. If you would like to compare offers now please click this link:http://www.powertochoose.org/_content/_compare/compare.aspx
Oncor Online Tools
Oncor offers a variety of online tools to help provide important information to its customers and the residents of Harker Heights. For more information on these online tools please click the following link http://www.ci.harker-heights.tx.us/oncoronline
or visit www.Oncor.com
Oncor Make Ready Program
Oncor offers a Make Ready program for trees that need to be trimmed for pole to pole lines.
Please see this link for more information: Make Ready Program